Hi! IF you were my patient, I would want to investigate the cause of your weight loss--for example check your thyroid hormone level, etc. I would also want to do a growth scan for the baby to be sure that he/she is growing appropriately. If everything was fine, and the weight just came off because you are eating a healthier diet, or etc, then I wouldn't worry. Depending upon your height, your weight may be appropriate. Many women don't weigh more than that when they deliver--actually it can be a benefit. Get it checked out though! Dr B
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